Amazing Things Arts Center has partnered with Exhibit ‘A’ Brewing Company and Depot 417, in association with John Sucich and SCAMPS Comedy, to produce Framingham’s First Comedy Weekend! Limited 3-Day weekend passes available here!
Three nights of comedy!
- Friday, July 27 at Depot 417
- Saturday, July 28 at Amazing Things Arts Center
Framingham’s own John Sucich is a unique voice in the comedy scene, offering a hilarious take on life as a husband and father of three girls. He has performed on stages throughout New England as well as in the Cleveland Comedy Festival and the North Carolina Comedy Festival. His writing, often humorous essays on parenting, has been published in the Boston Globe, Boston Globe Magazine, and on various websites.
Unapologetically sassy, Corey Saunders – writer, stand-up comedian, and host – tells the raw truth, no matter how humiliating. Corey grew up in Framingham, MA amid a loud, Irish Catholic family, where a quick wit and the loudest voice were how to get noticed. Corey’s observational humor highlights his upbringing as the goofy, gay son, who attracts craziness wherever he goes, as well as the sad state of relationships in a post-Tinder world. Corey performs all over Boston at the Comedy Studio and ImprovBoston. He also hosts and produces his own online talk show, “Dirty Water Late Night: The Big Gay Show.”
Ali Simpson of Portland, Maine has performed comedy in bars, clubs, breweries, pizza places, re-purposed churches, and bowling alleys in New England, New York, and beyond. She recently performed at LaughFest.
Zachary Brazão began performing comedy in 2015 and has since performed all over Boston, at the Cape Fear Comedy Festival, Cleveland Comedy Festival, the Women in Comedy Festival, and once in Calgary. He was a finalist in the 2017 Boston Comedy Festival and performs regularly at The Comedy Studio, Laugh Boston, and Dick Doherty’s.
Zach’s jokes will have you laughing at his baby body one minute and crying about the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire the next. His major influences include the American Pageant History Textbook and Keno lounges throughout the South Shore. He is currently reading the Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant. He is the cohost of the Series Finale podcast where he and two other comedians watch the final episode of a show they never watched.
Sam Ike is a comedian from Boston. His unique stage presence and observations have made him loved by audiences all over the country. He’s performed in comedy festivals like Limestone, SF Sketchfest, Big Sky, and the Second City/NBC Universal Breakout Festival in Chicago. He’s also been featured on NPR’s You’re the Expert, and The Check Spot on Sirius XM. Often you can see Sam as the cohost of the popular weekly show, Cityside Comedy, or rewriting this bio.
Edgy, charming, and hilarious, Phoebe Angle is a regular on the New England scene. She has been a finalist in the Portland’s Funniest competition, a comic-in-residence at Boston’s famous Comedy Studio, a host for and participant in the Women in Comedy Festival, and a satirist for Boston’s underground comedy website UnSceneComedy.com. Nationally and internationally, she has been a part of the Chicago Woman’s Funny Fest, SheDot Toronto, The Limestone Comedy Festival, and most recently a competitor in the Seattle International Comedy Competition and Boston Comedy Festival.Buy Tickets